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Episodes
  • Episode 1: Your Own Good

    Jan 13 2022
    On the eve of her 40th birthday, Meg Everman is forced to confront her own mortality when her mother dies during what she describes as “routine, plastic surgery.” Stuck in a funk as middle age looms, she seeks solace in SLF-CNTR, an aspirational wellness brand that promises to help its customers center themselves in their own narratives.
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    27 mins
  • Episode 2: The Summit

    Jan 13 2022
    After purchasing a SLF-CNTR wellness tracker Meg’s confronted with a surprising diagnosis - she’s in premature menopause. Looking to turn back her ticking clock, she braves the crowds of insufferable, SLF-CNTR devotees at the brand’s inaugural, wellness summit.
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    28 mins
  • Episode 3: Give Yourself Permission

    Jan 13 2022
    Meg’s husband and daughter begin to grow worried when she doesn’t return home from the SLF-CNTR Summit. Little do they know, Meg and her new friend, Shruti, are en route to an exclusive, weekend retreat at Enid Hargrove’s Ojai estate. But their weekend gets off to a rocky start, when some unsettling behavior seems to indicate that this weekend of “rest and relaxation” may not go down as advertised.
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About the Creator and Performer

Judy Greer’s career in both film and television has been extremely prolific, with her appearing in nearly two-hundred roles to date including the Blumhouse reboot of Halloween, directed by David Gordon Green, starring alongside Jamie Lee Curtis. The sequel, Halloween Kills, just released with Greer once again starring alongside Curtis. She most recently filmed the Disney+ feature Hollywood Stargirl with Uma Thurman and Grace VanderWaal for director Julia Hart. Greer is currently filming HBO’s limited series White House Plumbers opposite Woody Harrelson and Justin Theroux for director David Mandel. Some of her upcoming projects include the independent feature MABEL and the Blumhouse/NBC limited series The Thing About Pam.
Most recently, Judy can be seen in the Blumhouse reboot of Halloween directed by David Gordon Green, starring alongside Jamie Lee Curtis, as well as the independent feature film Driven opposite Jason Sudeikis and Lee Pace, Richard Linklater’s Where’d You Go Bernadette opposite Cate Blanchett and Buffaloed opposite Zoey Deutch and Jermaine Fowler. The sequel to Green’s Halloween, Halloween Kills premieres next year with Judy once again starring alongside Curtis. Judy’s additional feature credits include Universal’s Jurassic World, MGM’s reboot of the Brian DePalma classic Carrie, Fox Searchlight’s Academy Award winning The Descendants directed by Alexander Payne and starring George Clooney, Jamie Babbit’s Addicted To Fresno, Barry Blaustein’s Peep World and Jason Reitman’s Men, Women & Children.
On the TV side, Judy currently stars opposite Jim Carrey and Catherine Keener on the Showtime series Kidding. For the past ten years, Judy has voiced the role of Cheryl on the FXX Emmy-winning animated comedy Archer and now also voices the lead role of Luna on the PBS kids show Let’s Go Luna. Previously, Judy starred in the FX comedy series Married opposite Nat Faxon and has recurred on Netflix’s Arrested Development, Hulu’s Casual, CBS’ Two and a Half Men and Showtime’s Masters of Sex.
Other TV credits include Fox’s American Dad, ABC’s Modern Family, IFC’s Portlandia, CBS’ The Big Bang Theory and How I Met Your Mother, FX’s It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia, Netflix’s BoJack Horseman and Lady Dynamite, Showtime’s Californication and USA’s Royal Pains. In 2012, Judy made her Broadway debut opposite Katie Holmes in Dead Accounts and in 2014, released her first book, I Don’t Know What You Know Me From: Confessions of a Co-Star.
In 2018, Judy made her feature film directorial debut with A Happening Of Monumental Proportions. Produced by Artists First and Depth of Field, AHOMP stars Common, Bradley Whiteford, Allison Janney, Jennifer Garner, Anders Holm, Katie Holmes, Rob Riggle and Storm Reid. The film premiered at the Bentonville Film Festival in May 2017 where it won the Audience Spotlight award. Previously, Judy directed an AOL original short that documents the practice of Transcendental Meditation and how it has changed the lives of teachers and students who learned the practice from the David Lynch Foundation.

About the Creator and Performer

Kim Cattrall’s extensive acting career spans acclaimed work in television, film and stage. A five-time Emmy Award nominee and SAG and Golden Globe Award winner, the British-born and Canadian-raised actress can next be seen in the Hulu series How I Met Your Father and in the Lionsgate film *About My Father *opposite Robert De Niro. She is currently shooting the Peacock revival of Queer as Folk.
She was recently seen in the Fox Drama Filthy Rich for director Tate Taylor and in Tell Me A Story for CBS All Access (and in 2020 on CW), an anthology series of interwoven classic fairytales all told in the modern age. Prior to that, Cattrall produced and starred on the Sky Arts series Sensitive Skin. Based on the UK series, it is the story of "a woman of a certain age" and her longtime husband who have sold their family home and moved downtown to a transitional neighborhood in a conscious effort to change their lives, to keep relevant, and to begin again. The show was nominated for a 2015 International Emmy and, in 2017, Cattrall was nominated for a Canadian Screen Award for her role as ‘Davina Jackson.'
In July 2019, Cattrall was seen in the UK’s Altitude Films’ Horrible Histories: The Movie – Rotten Romans, based on the popular children’s book series by Terry Deary and illustrated by Martin Brown. She was also recently seen in season two of the Swedish hit crime series Modus playing the role of the President of the United States.. Modus is an original series for the Nordic streaming service, C More, and is broadcast worldwide. Cattrall was also seen as ‘Emily French’ in the television mini-series The Witness for the Prosecution, which was nominated for a 2017 BAFTA TV Award for Best Mini-Series. The BBC original is based on the Agatha Christie play and is streaming on Acorn TV.
On stage, Cattrall has starred on the West End in Sweet Bird of Youth and Richard Eyre’s Private Lives, which also received a Broadway run. She starred in Antony and Cleopatra at the Liverpool Playhouse as well as David Mamet’s The Cryptogram, Peter Hall’s production of *Whose Life is it Anyway? Wild Honey, Miss Julie; The Misanthrope; The Three Sisters and A View From the Bridge.
A best-selling author, Cattrall has written several books, including Satisfaction, Sexual Intelligence, Being a Girl and Navigating the Ups and Downs of Teenage Life.
In 2008, Cattrall was honored at the Banff Media Awards with the NBC Universal Award of Distinction; in 2009, Cattrall was inducted into Canada’s Walk of Fame, and, in 2011, she was honored by GLAAD with the prestigious Golden Gate award for her support of the organization. Just last year, she was awarded a distinguished Honorary Degree from her Alma mater, the University of British Columbia.
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About the Creator and Performer

Actor and writer, Andy Richter, held the famed role of announcer and sidekick to Conan O’Brien on Conan when it premiered on November 8, 2010, until its end in 2021. Richter rose to fame in 1993 as O’Brien’s sidekick on Late Night with Conan O’Brien and reprised this role on The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien, which premiered in 2009. In addition to numerous primetime guest-starring roles, Richter starred in the Emmy-nominated series, Andy Richter Controls the Universe for Fox and Andy Barker, P.I. for NBC. His feature film work includes Robert Altman’s Dr. T And The Women, Cabin Boy, Scary Movie 2, Elf, Talladega Nights, Blades of Glory, and Semi-Pro. He can be heard as the voice of Mort in DreamWorks Studios’ Madagascar films, as well as the Nickelodeon series, Penguins of Madagascar and All Hail King Julien.

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Aparna started out doing comedy in her hometown of Washington D.C. and now resides in New York City. She most recently wrapped production on Amazon’s annual ensemble comedy special, Yearly Departed, and All My Friends, a special for LCD Soundsystem directed by Eric Wareheim. She can also next be seen in the upcoming seasons of Search Party and Space Force. She was a series regular on Comedy Central’s Corporate and recurred on HBO’s Crashing. Aparna is also featured in the second season of Netflix’s The Standups. Other television credits include Apple TV+’s Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet, Netflix’s Master of None and Love, HBO’s High Maintenance, Comedy Central’s Inside Amy Schumer, appearing as a US correspondent for Dave’s (UK) Unspun with Matt Forde, and Hulu’s I Love You, America with Sarah Silverman. In 2018 she made her feature debut in the Paul Feig movie A Simple Favor.
Her TV stand up appearances include Seeso’s stand up series Night Train with Wyatt Cenac, season 2 of Comedy Central’s Meltdown as well as Adam Devine’s House Party. In 2013, she made her late night stand up debut on TBS’s Conan and was one of the breakout New Faces at the prestigious Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal. Her TV writing credits include Late Night with Seth Meyers as well as being a regular correspondent/writer on FX’s Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell. She is also an alumna of the NBC Stand Up for Diversity program and currently headlines throughout the world and has been seen at a number of festivals including Comedy Central’s Clusterfest, Portland’s Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Moontower, SF Sketchfest, DC’s Bentzen Ball, Outside Lands, Bonnaroo and Dublin’s Vodaphone Comedy Festival. Aparna’s been featured on and in NPR, Reader’s Digest, The Huffington Post, The Washington Post Magazine, XM Radio, and Slate V.

About the Creator and Performer

Hari Nef is an actress and writer in New York. Her roles include Alessia in Jeremy O. Harris’s Daddy (2019), Blythe in You (2018), Bex in Assassination Nation (2018), and Gittel in Transparent (2015), among many others. She will next appear in 1Up, directed by Kyle Newman, as well as Simchas and Sorrows directed by Genevieve Adams. Nef’s writing has been published in Artforum, GQ, L'Officiel USA, Dazed, and Vice.

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Kind of dumb, and gross

this was stupid and parts of it were disgusting. There were part about drinking menstrual blood.

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Dark and laugh out loud funny. Fantastic writing, cast, and production. Highly recommend this podcast.

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I’m really loving this podcast. It seems more like a play. I love all the actors everyone is perfect. Very cute story.

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Really great.

As a trans person, I really loved how the trans character was handled and how the other characters talk about and to her. There were a lot of opportunities for transphobia I was worried about but instead the author just makes her completely true to character. A certain scene did indeed "strike close to home"... that's *exactly* how you should use the fact she's trans. The story isn't even about her though. While it's incredibly obvious where things are going to go, it's also an incredibly hilarious journey to get there.

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Mind Boggling Awful

I didn’t make it beyond a few minutes; this is a truly irritating listen due to high pitched fast talking voices and dire faux accents.

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  • 01-20-22

Very Entertaining evening

Listened to it all in one go and had a very entertaining time. So funny! The voice performances were fab and kept me interested in the story

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  • 01-19-22

Fun and easy listening

On episode 8 so far, and I'm really enjoying this podcast. The story is quite wild, but it's pushing my imagination and I'm enjoying the little film in my head. I really like hearing voices I recognise also - sometimes sidetracks me when I'm trying to think where I know the person from! Would definitely recommend if you're looking for something that is light hearted and comedial.

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  • 01-18-22

loved it!

The story centred around todays popular lifestyles - relatable! I found the dark and twisty turns rather interesting! Absolutely loved the characters and found them hilariously funny! Really enjoyed!